This Month

Celebrate Philippine Arts Month through the six-week Fringe Manila Festival

Since it emerged in 2015, Fringe Manila has now evolved into a city-wide collaborative effort with venues ranging from the conventional (creative hubs, galleries, and theaters) to the unconventional (cafes, hostels, museums, schools, and retail shops) with artists to complement them.

This year, the festival will be hosting a number of out-of-the-box contemporary art concepts, as well as a number of participatory workshops and sessions that are open to all.